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Devan S.

Beaver Tailwater Level vs. Table Rock Level

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Wife and I took a drive today scoping out the beaver tail waters. Water looks high but only generation at Beaver Dam. Realizing Table rock is high...what level for Table Rock effectively backs up beyond 62 bridge and allows for a bass boat to run up father towards Beaver dam? Any insight?

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By 929, the question becomes can you get under the Beaver bridge, and if so, will they cut water loose and make it impossible to get back.

Serious answer, at present, 928, if you go slow and watch what you are doing you can get a bit above the 62 bridge in a bass boat but probably not as far as Spider Creek. In a river boat you could make it past there.

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I figured you would know. I know there is a pretty good shoal there right at spider creek. I figured I could put in at houseman assuming they weren't running a load of water to avoid the bridge issues. 

We checked out right below the dam and parker bottoms and both areas looked deep enough and wide enough for a bass boat(one generator last night and the water was well up into the trees) but I know there were a handful of shoals between so thought it best to ask. There was a tracker taking out at the ramp right below the dam so I thought I would check and see.

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if it gets over 918, you can run a john boat almost to the dam if you know where to go.  if it gets over 920 its almost impossible to wade and thats with no generation and you can boat anywhere.  Its such a short tailwater that table rock just backs up into it and makes it part of the lake.  at 922, you can run a bass boat up to the dam but once you get above the no bait zone you still need to be a bit careful.  

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